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Geneviève Sauvé has a B.A. in Translation from the School of Translation and Interpretation at the University of Ottawa. She has been certified with the Association of Translation and Interpreters of Ontario (ATIO) since July 2005, and with the Order des traducteurs, terminologue et interprètes agréés du Québec (OTTIAQ) since 2011.
The words “translator” and “interpreter” are often used interchangeably – but they are actually two distinct careers requiring different skill sets and training. A translator translates written materials from one language into another. An interpreter works with the spoken word.
Courtney Chard has journeyman status in both welding and steam-fitting. Along with apprenticing with different companies for about three years, she studied welding at George Brown College and Mohawk College.
Did you know that more than 50 per cent of products require welding, from race cars, bridges, ships and computers to oil rigs, farm equipment, cellphones and scooters? Talk about job security! Continue reading
Frank Cozzolino has been a licensed electrician since 2001 and one of Mike Holmes’ go-to guys on his home renovation shows since then. Cozzolino studied at George Brown College and worked independently before starting Solutions Electrical & Maintenance Ltd. in 2003.
An electrician installs, repairs and maintains electrical systems in homes and other buildings.